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Osama and Fidel, the crocodiles patrolling their territory in Costa Rica

After several minutes of cruising, Jason adjusts his binoculars and signals. "There it is," he says. Camouflaged in the mud and rocks, the head...

Costa Rica Ministry to Investigate Crocodile Attack

The Ministry of Environment and Energy along with the National System of Conservation Areas released a statement expressing regret about the recent crocodile attack...

Crocodile Attack Kills Costa Rica Fisherman

In a rare event in Costa Rica, a local fisherman was attacked by a crocodile, not once but twice, resulting in his death. The...

Costa Rica’s Famous Crocodiles and the Rio Tarcoles Bridge

Costa Rica’s Rio Tarcoles is most well known for what resides within its waters.  Attracting eager onlookers year-round, many hope to catch an exciting...

With crocodile concerns high, legal decision looms in population control case

The voices of those who see the abundance of crocs as a problem are getting louder.

Crocodile that attacked U.S. surfer captured in Tamarindo

Tamarindo's Tourism Chamber was the latest to put itself at the center of Costa Rica's crocodile debate by requesting the removal of a dangerous croc.

Why one Costa Rican lawyer is suing the government over crocodiles

After two crocodiles were seen in the ocean at Esterillos Este's recent surf event, organizer Walter Brenes said the government needs to take the appropriate actions to curb croc overpopulation.

US surfer loses leg in Tamarindo crocodile attack

Jon Becker, 59, remained in critical condition early Friday evening at Enrique Baltodano Hospital in Liberia.

Starving crocodiles finally fed amid Honduras legal row

Some 11,000 crocodiles unfed for almost a month because their Honduran owners had their assets frozen by U.S. authorities finally got some chow Tuesday. "That will take care of us -- for two to three days," the farm manager said.

Honduras crocodiles starve after US freezes elite family’s assets

More than 10,000 crocodiles are starving to death on a farm in Honduras after the U.S. froze the assets of the crocs' wealthy owners following accusations that the family laundered money for drug traffickers.

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